As part of J-Flex’s ongoing mission to provide the industry with useful information on the industrial rubber industry, we are pleased to offer our comprehensive Guides, which we hope you will find helpful and informative.
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In this guide, you can expect to find out everything you need to know about Silicone Rubber.
Provides professionals within the conversion, engineering and manufacturing industries a clear insight into the Rubber Sheetings process and applications.
Created to provide a quick Reference Guide to rubber extrusions.
Includes a section: ‘Design Advice for Extrusions’.
Provides those within the engineering and manufacturing industries with a quick reference guide to the wonders of mouldings.
Created to equip professionals involved in procurement and engineering with a better understanding of a highly reliable and long‐term elastomer.
To help you understand what to look for when buying safe to use Silicone, we have compiled this guide, highlighting all the issues that can arise from the use of ‘Competitive’ Silicone.
Equips those professionals involved in purchasing, engineering and designing of original equipment, or refurbishing of existing rail and mass transit equipment, with a clear insight into what can be achieved with elastomeric materials for this market.
Provides those within food production – with legislative health and safety responsibilities – a clear insight into what can be done to eliminate elastomeric contamination.
This guide spotlights VAC-SIL® Lamin8 membranes and presents the Hard Facts and Benefits to make an informed choice.
This updated version provides a clear insight into this specialised lamination (vacuum-forming) process for solar p.v. production.
Not sure of which type of rubber product you need? We have produced this insightful and informative technical guide to help you identify the best solution(s) for your specific circumstances.
Previously a downloadable document and this has now been converted into a separate web page.